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God has been good to us and we respond by giving back to him through the local church where He has placed us. The Bible encourages us to give regularly, sacrificially and cheerfully. It is with thankful hearts that we give our finances back to God as an act of worship.

All money that is given to Nantwich Elim is carefully stewarded. It is used to cover salaries, building costs, administration, and mission here in Nantwich and overseas.  In these days tithing is a test of our faith but when we take this step this verse from Malachi 3:10 becomes our testimony: “Bring the whole tithe into the storehouse, that there may be food in my house. Test me in this”, says the Lord Almighty, “and see if I will not throw open the floodgates of heaven and pour out so much blessing that you will not have room enough for it.”



We appreciate all those who have continued to give generously during this time of the COVID-19 pandemic, and especially those who allow us to reclaim 25% extra from HMRC through the Gift Aid scheme. However, this is just a reminder that it is important that all Gift Aid supporters keep track of their taxable income and ensure that the tax that is/will be paid for the 2020-21 tax year will be sufficient to cover their giving through the Gift Aid scheme. This is especially important for any of our supporters who may have been furloughed over the past few months or even some who may have been laid off. This could also apply to self-employed people, depending on whether you were able to continue working during this time or not. When giving online, you can choose whether to Gift Aid the gift or not, but it is important to note that online gifts and Standing Orders from those already registered will automatically be recorded under the Gift Aid scheme regardless of the setting of this option, as the choice only applies to ‘first-time’ gifts. If you realise that your circumstances have changed, and you are no longer able to take part in the scheme, please send an email for as soon as possible so we can amend our records. Please also inform us if your name/address changes, as we need to ensure accuracy of these records as well. If anyone would like to know how much they have given under this scheme so far this (tax) year, please email as above.




Nantwich Elim Church is a vibrant community church based at Regents Park, Nantwich. Our heart is to help our community thrive by providing a place for people to meet and gather - to do life together. At Regents Park you'll find our church, local community groups, accommodation, our cafe and a business park supporting 35 local organisations. Over 2000 people pass through our grounds each week and we are fundraising to improve the driveway, grounds and facilities for our visitors. Please support Nantwich Elim Church on #easyfundraising this year, you can raise FREE donations when you shop online with over 6,000 retailers. It's simple and only takes 2 minutes to sign up! This will make a BIG difference to us. Sign up here:

  • Currently we have 38 supporters

  • Who have raised £478.04 as they shopped

  • Monies raised are allocated for improvement of grounds 

We will be discussing at Session how we allocate it to projects, ready grounds for summer and outside church.

in person

We give opportunity in our service for regular attendees and members to give of their finances as part of their worship to God.

givt app

Giving with GIVT is easy, safe and anonymous, just download the 'GIVT' app and follow the instructions.

standing order

If you would like to set up a standing order to support church on a regular basis, you can do so directly with your bank.  

To help us claim gift aid on your giving please include your Gift Aid ID in the transaction reference.

Nantwich Elim Church 

 Account Details

Name: Elim Foursquare Gospel Alliance (UK)

A/C No: 18548393

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about gift aid

If you pay tax in the UK, you are able to claim Gift Aid.  This means that for every £1 you give, the government will contribute 25p. If you have any questions please contact Ivor at

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